Ashburn Psychological Services Child Therapy at: www.ashburnpsych.com

2018-11-20T02:57:51+00:00

Child Therapy Services Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services has both male and female child psychologists on available to provide the most comfortable environment for the child’s therapy and progress.We work with children ages 2 to 12 and adolescents ages 13 to 19 and offer expertise in individual child and adolescent therapy as well as parenting consultations regarding a wide range of developmental, social/emotional and behavioral issues including: ADHD (attention, concentration, and hyperactivity problems) Behavioral and conduct problems Childhood depression Fear and anxiety Social/interpersonal difficulties Adjustment to various transitions Loss, grief and trauma Family conflict Divorce School refusal and school behavior issues [...]

Ashburn Psychological Services Child Therapy at: www.ashburnpsych.com2018-11-20T02:57:51+00:00

Anxiety, OCD, Panic Treatment Ashburn VA

2018-11-21T01:22:09+00:00

Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services provides the most advanced, state of the art assessment and treatment for anxiety. As a multidisciplinary team, we start with a comprehensive assessment conducted either by one of our highly credentialed psychiatrist’s or clinical psychologist's. Emotional testing is sometimes warranted for diagnostic clarification -- Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Phobias, Agoraphobia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety and other childhood anxiety disorders. Treatment is then individualized to the care and needs of the client. Treatment may include medication and/or individual therapy or group therapy. To schedule a consultation with our team, please contact our office manager, Christine [...]

Anxiety, OCD, Panic Treatment Ashburn VA2018-11-21T01:22:09+00:00

Asperger’s Disorder, Autism, ADHD and Anxiety Social Skills Groups Now Forming

2018-11-21T02:08:07+00:00

With our children and teens back to school, Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services is presently accepting applications for our next series of social skills groups. Our social skills group programs are run by highly credentialed psychologists, are small and are tailored to the individual needs of each child or teen (e.g., age, level of functioning, diagnosis, etc.) of the client. If your child or teen is struggling and has Autism, Asperger's Disorder, or Anxiety, we invite you to call our office manager, Ms. Christine Kutt, at (703) 723-2999 or contact her by email at info@ashburnpsych.com. We at APS look forward to [...]

Asperger’s Disorder, Autism, ADHD and Anxiety Social Skills Groups Now Forming2018-11-21T02:08:07+00:00

ADD and ADHD Evaluation and Treatment at Ashburn Psychological Services

2011-12-13T20:34:10+00:00

Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services provides the most advanced, state of the art assessment and treatment for child, adolescent and adult ADD and ADHD. As a multidisciplinary team, we start with a comprehensive assessment conducted either by one of our highly credentialed psychiatrist's or psychologist's. Neuropsychological testing is sometimes warranted for diagnostic clarification inasmuch as ADD and ADHD can look like other conditions and vice versa -- anxiety, depression, learning disorders, auditory processing disorder, and other developmental conditions. Diagnostic testing is sometimes required for private or public school placement and instruction. Treatment is then individualized to the care and needs of [...]

ADD and ADHD Evaluation and Treatment at Ashburn Psychological Services2011-12-13T20:34:10+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist on Popular TV Show, Hoarding: Buried Alive

2011-02-11T13:24:24+00:00

Dr. Albert Jerome was invited by the Discovery Network to appear as a treatment expert on an episode of the popular show, Hoarding: Buried Alive. The episode was filmed in 2010 and will be shown on the Discovery Learning Channel in early 2011. Dr. Jerome is an outstanding psychologist who specializes in anxiety and mood disorders,individual therapy, group therapy and couple's therapy, as well as behavioral medicine.  He works with children, adolescents and adults.  His biography is posted below.  You may contact our office manager, Rita Meredith, at (703) 723-2999, if you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jerome. [...]

Ashburn Psychologist on Popular TV Show, Hoarding: Buried Alive2011-02-11T13:24:24+00:00

Inova Loudoun Hospital Family Fest at The Dulles Town Center

2010-08-25T21:30:25+00:00

Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services will be participating in Family Fest at the Dulles Town Center on Saturday August 28, 2010. Family Fest is an exciting full day event featuring exhibits, live entertainment and interactive stations. The event will focus on family health and safety, nutrition, education, mental health and community support, and professionals from various disciplines will be on-hand. Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services will have a booth on the second floor of the event. Professionals from the Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services will be available to address general questions regarding  anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and other conditions, as well [...]

Inova Loudoun Hospital Family Fest at The Dulles Town Center2010-08-25T21:30:25+00:00

The “Perfect” Coach For Your Boy*

2009-09-20T18:41:06+00:00

As each Fall athletic season begins and boys are recruited into (or placed onto) various school and county leagues, my voicemail and e-mail Inbox receive an inevitable bombardment of concerns from pare nts about the “best coach.” Parents often have the same concern season-upon-season: “My sons’ coach is mean and I don’t think he can succeed with someone mean;” “His self-esteem is being harmed;” and of course, “What should we do?” I rarely hear from the parents who love their sons’ coaches: obviously, they have no complaints. In an effort to address the question of what makes a “perfect” coach, I turned to parents who love their sons’ coaches, talked with coaches, looked at the recent research on the effects of athletic coaching styles on boys, and sought the advice of a life coach (*I should note that while there are many similarities about coaching boys and girls, the differences illustrated in research literature are strong enough to separate the topics, and focus on only coaching boys in this article.)

The “Perfect” Coach For Your Boy*2009-09-20T18:41:06+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychiatrist

2009-09-12T19:56:06+00:00

Thinking about Stress Life can be stressful.   While the media bombards us with talk of war, recession, and layoffs, we are busy working, raising our children, and caring for elderly parents.   The content of our minds reflects the way that we live, with thoughts rattling around all day and sometimes well into the night.  We review, plan, worry, and obsess, and can end up feeling stressed and out of control. So, what can you do to manage your level of stress?  The common wisdom is that you should change how you think:  stop worrying and replace the negative thoughts with positive [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychiatrist2009-09-12T19:56:06+00:00

Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychologist

2018-11-20T00:22:16+00:00

Published in the Loudoun Times-Mirror on May 20, 2009 Boundaries: Coping with change By Elizabeth Coe Five days a week for the past five years, Adam Weber has ridden the bus to Mill Run Elementary School two miles away in Ashburn. There, the fourth-grader has gotten to know his teachers, administrators and fellow students. His mom, Jeanne Weber, has been an active member of the Parent Teacher Organization, and the family members have each dedicated themselves to the school. But next year, for his last year in elementary school, Adam will be attending Creighton's Corner Elementary with new teachers, administrators and [...]

Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychologist2018-11-20T00:22:16+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist

2018-11-19T23:02:53+00:00

Loss of Wealth Can Disrupt Mental Health By Michael Oberschneider Special to The Washington Post Tuesday, April 28, 2009 The reasons why somebody decides to take his or her life often remain opaque, even when there's a suicide note. But recent highly publicized deaths, such as the apparent murder-suicides of one family in their Middletown home and another in a Towson hotel room, and now the apparent suicide of Freddie Mac's 41-year-old acting chief financial officer, David Kellermann, have fueled speculation about the special psychological stresses caused by financial crisis. I can't comment on those cases, but as a psychologist I [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist2018-11-19T23:02:53+00:00
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